A fruit pizza is one of my favorite dessert recipes. So easy and versatile, you can use any cookie & frosting recipe that you like and change up whatever fruit you have handy. For this recipe, I used a cheesecake cookie recipe with a cream cheese buttercream that is awesome with fruit.
When I made this fruit pizza, I had small oranges on hand. At first, I wasn’t sure if the oranges or even the bananas would taste good. They did! The oranges tasted like an orange creamsicle popsicle and the banana reminded me of banana pudding pie. You could use any fruit you like, I switch it up every time I make it. Sometimes I use a sugar cookie recipe with basic vanilla but use any chance I get to add cream cheese to a recipe.Print
This dough is sticky when the dough is chilled and you are ready to handle use a floured surface and floured hands. This dough is perfect to spread onto a pan and cook as a pizza, it is not a roll out dough. Use a lot of flour to handle and form onto a greased pizza pan.
When you have dough spread over the pan, press the center and work outward so it won’t puff up. (it’s okay if it does, it still tastes the same)
I used a regular metal pizza pan for this recipe. I also cut and shaped parchment paper to fit and line the baking sheet.
Cook dough at 350 degrees on the top rack for about 15 – 20 minutes or longer depending on each individual oven. When the edges are golden and the top is set it is done. Remove from the oven and let cool on the pan, this will let it continue to cook for another minute or two. You can cut a small piece in the center to check if it’s done if you like.
Frost cookie when it is completely cooled.Print
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